Unique polish propaganda nonpublic document published by the Capital Center of Party Propaganda of the KW PZPR with adnotation printed to top of the front wrapper: „For inner-party use” (Do uzytku wewnątrzpartjnego) titled: „Some Aspects Of Psychological Warfare In Economics And Economic Practice” by Henryk Florek, Warsaw 1968.
The document describes the diversion used by the American imperialists in the economy, which is supposed to be a strategy of fighting communism, and describes methods of counteracting such diversion. The Polish United Workers’ Party (PZPR), was the far-left communist party which ruled the Polish People’s Republic as a one-party state from 1948 to 1989.
Elections to national councils in Poland in 1954 – the first post-war elections to national councils in the People’s Republic of Poland, held on December 5, 1954 on the basis of the newly adopted Constitution. One list was voted on. It was announced that the turnout ranged from 92-96%, and the candidates of the National Front won 97-99% of the votes.